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1908 Tate v. Fullbrook
Ct. App. L. J. Vaughan L. R. (1908) 1
K. B. 821
Co. v. Merriam
there does not vitiate Amer. copyright, 134
101; right of dramatization included in copyright of story, 171;
full profits awarded as damages, 171
Copyright notice in book protects illustrations against moving
picture reproduction, 77
Co. o. Lawyers Co-operative Pub. Co.
etc., are not protectable details, 259
American copyright, 110
215 U. S. 182 Ocean Newsp. Co.
Re-copyright on finishing picture invalid, 231 1909 Chicago Tribune v. U. S. C. C. J. Grosscup, Pub. Week. Ill. Printing & Pub. Co.
76: 643, 957 Peary letters copyright in newspaper letter as book upheld, 103 1909 N. Y. Times o. U. S. C. C. J. Hand,
Pub. Week. Press Pub. Co. et al.
76 : 643, 957 Peary letters agreement for newspaper letters did not au
thorize copyright as book, 103
franchise corporation, 207
Copyright notice on editorial page invalid, 131 1909 Frohman 0. Ferris Ill. Sup. Ct. J. Farmer, 238 Il. Rep. 430
Performance of play not publication, 181
1909 Glaser o. St. Elmo U.S.
Title of novel, out of cop 1909 Green v. Luby U.S.
Error in classification doe 1909 Harper v. Kalem U.S.
Moving pictures may inf.
speech and action not
176; illustrations as suc 1909 Heinemann v. Smart Chan
Set Pub. Co.
to literary agent, 437
Printed drama not subje
"book," 155, 168
Right to copyright lapsed
lion, 247 1909 Karno v. Pathé
Ct. Ape Frères
Exhibitor, not manufacture 1909 Saake o. Lederer
U.S.C. License to perform does not 1909 Scholz o. Amasis
Only substantial copying of
England, 176 1910 Dam v. Kirke La U.S.C.
Following decision in lower 1910 De Jonge v. Breuk- U. S. C.
er & Kessler
designs must have separat
acts, 237 1910 Eliot & Collier 0. N. Y. Sur
Jones, et al.
ception, 85 1910 Ellis o. Hurst N. Y. Sur
Use of an author's real name
works not restrainable, 98
1910 Gilbert o. Workman Chancery J. Neville, Times Ja. 19, '10
Interpolation of song without consent of author of opera en
joined, 100 1910 Hein v. Harris U. S. C. C. J. Hand,
175 F. R. 875 Musical copyright infringed by transposition, 170
Affirmed in same year by U. S. C. C. App. 1910 Larby v. Love King's Bench J. Bucknill, Copr. Cas. '05-'10,
291 Upholds prohibition against underselling in bill of sale, 57 1910 Monckton v. Gramo- Chancery J. Joyce, Times D. 6, '10
Common law cannot protect after publication, 62 1910 Park & Pollard o. U. S. C. C. J. Philips,
181 F. R. 431 Kellerstrass
Whole work enjoined where infringing parts were inseparable, 258 1910 Press Assoc. o. Re- Chancery J. Warrington, Times D. 8, '10
Election returns protected against “unfair competition,” 89 1910 Record & Guide Co. U.S. C. C. J. McPherson, 175 F. R. 156
page, 128; substitution of name in copyright notice without
authority of law voids copyright, 136 1910 Rex v. Bokenham Cent. Crim. Ct. Com. Serj., Times Jl. 22,'10
Piracy from surreptitiously obtained copies of poems punished
by imprisonment, 277 1910 Stern v. Remick U. S. C. C. J. Hand, 175 F. R. 282
Sale of single copy held to constitute publication, 127; use of
Roman for Arabic numerals in copyright notice immaterial, 130 1910 West Pub. Co. o. U.S.C. C. App. J. Ward, 176 F. R. 833
132; list made to run down cases permissible, but extensive
copying from digest an infringement, 259 1910 White-Smith v. U. S. C. C. J. Brown, 180 F. R. 256
case of work assigned before publication, 116 1911 Copyright act
1 & 2 Geo. V c. 46 1911 Shepard v. Taylor U. S. C. C. J. Hazel,
185 F. R. 941 Common errors prima facie proof of infringement, 258 1911 White v. Bender U. S. C. C. J. Ray,
185 F. R. 921 Citations may be utilized for verification, but bodily transfer is